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New Orleans Saints

Stadium: Mercedes-Benz Superdome | Coach: Sean Payton
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense2nd101.3 (17th)313.2 (2nd)
Defense32nd131.2 (27th)293.1 (31st)
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42Anderson, James LB6-22359/26/198310Virginia Tech
50Anthony, Stephone MLB6-22457/28/1992RClemson
72Armstead, Terron T6-53047/23/19913Arkansas-Pine Bluff
90Barnes, Tavaris DE6-327511/2/1991RClemson
40Breaux, Delvin CB6-119610/25/19891Louisiana State
9Brees, Drew QB6-02091/15/197915Purdue
39Browner, Brandon CB6-42218/2/19846Oregon State
31Byrd, Jairus FS5-1020310/7/19867Oregon
16Coleman, Brandon WR6-62256/22/19921Rutgers
12Colston, Marques WR6-42256/5/198310Hofstra
10Cooks, Brandin WR5-101899/25/19932Oregon State
95Davison, Tyeler DT6-23099/23/1992RFresno State
20Dixon, Brian DB6-01954/26/19902Northwest Missouri State
47Drescher, Justin LS6-12351/1/19886Colorado
91Edebali, Kasim OLB6-22538/17/19892Boston College
59Ellerbe, Dannell OLB6-124511/29/19857Georgia
71Eulls, Kaleb DT6-42856/28/1991RMississippi State
73Evans, Jahri G6-43188/22/198310Bloomsburg
3Flynn, Matt QB6-22256/20/19858Louisiana State
5Forbath, Kai K5-111979/2/19874UCLA
17Graham, T.J. WR5-111887/27/19894North Carolina State
18Grayson, Garrett QB6-22205/29/1991RColorado State
58Gwacham, Obum DE6-52463/20/1991ROregon State
57Hawthorne, David OLB6-02465/14/19858Texas Christian
34Hightower, Tim RB6-02205/23/19865Richmond
89Hill, Josh TE6-52505/21/19903Idaho State
76Hills, Tony T6-530411/4/19847Texas
84Hoomanawanui, Michael TE6-42657/4/19886Illinois
53Humber, Ramon OLB5-112328/10/19877North Dakota State
 Hunt, Phillip DE6-12581/10/19863Houston
22Ingram, Mark RB5-921512/21/19895Alabama
92Jenkins, John DT6-33597/11/19893Georgia
94Jordan, Cameron DE6-42877/10/19895California
65Kelemete, Senio G6-33005/10/19903Washington
44Kikaha, Hau'oli OLB6-32467/24/1992RWashington
68Lelito, Tim G6-43157/21/19893Grand Valley State
21Lewis, Keenan CB6-12085/17/19867Oregon State
56Mauti, Michael OLB6-22431/19/19903Penn State
 McCown, Luke QB6-42177/12/198112Louisiana Tech
77McGlynn, Mike T6-43253/8/19857Pittsburgh
6Morstead, Thomas P6-42353/8/19867Southern Methodist
23Murphy, Marcus RB5-919510/3/1991RMissouri
75Peat, Andrus T6-731611/4/1993RStanford
78Richardson, Bobby DE6-328611/20/1992RIndiana
33Sanford, Jamarca SS5-102008/27/19857Mississippi
83Snead, Willie WR5-1119510/17/19921Ball State
28Spiller, C.J. RB5-112008/5/19876Clemson
64Strief, Zach T6-73209/22/198310Northwestern
27Swann, Damian CB6-018912/4/1992RGeorgia
60Unger, Max C6-53054/14/19867Oregon
32Vaccaro, Kenny SS6-02142/15/19913Texas
82Watson, Benjamin TE6-325512/18/198012Georgia
93Williams, Kevin DT6-53118/16/198013Oklahoma State
24Wilson, Kyle DB5-101909/8/19876Boise State
Injured Players
71Brown, Austin (IR) NT6-22959/14/1991RMiami (Ohio)
25Bush, Rafael (IR) FS5-112055/12/19875South Carolina State
29Robinson, Khiry (IR) RB6-022012/28/19893West Texas A&M
43Sunseri, Vinnie (IR) SAF6-021010/25/19912Alabama
 Tabb, Jack (IR) TE6-32507/29/1992RNorth Carolina
55Tull, Davis (IR) OLB6-324011/12/1991RTennessee-Chattanooga
96Virgil, Lawrence (IR) DT6-52901/20/19911Valdosta State
36Williams, P.J. (IR) CB6-01966/1/1993RFlorida State
Practice Squad
 Allen, RaShaun TE6-42502/25/19902Southern University
 Bell, Reggie WR5-112015/6/1992RCalifornia-San Diego
 Darby, Alden DB5-101926/22/1992RArizona State
 Dixon, Brandon DB5-112034/26/19902Northwest Missouri State
35Johnson, Austin FB6-22406/16/19892Tennessee
 Jones, Seantavius WR6-32008/9/19921Valdosta State
74Mabry, Ashaad DL6-331511/4/1992RTexas-San Antonio
86Manhertz, Chris TE6-62354/10/19921Canisius
 Opurum, Toben RB6-125011/18/19901Kansas
 Seymour, Ryan G6-43052/7/19902Vanderbilt
Roster Analysis
TeamOLine Avg. HtOLine Avg. WtDLine Avg. HtDLine Avg. WtAvg. AgeYoungestOldest
New Orleans6-4312.86-3291.026.72236
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Position Listing
Bobby Richardson
Saints DT Bobby Richardson made six tackles (two solo) in Sunday's win against the Cowboys.

Richardson, an undrafted rookie free agent out of Indiana, made his first career start in Week 4, after Akiem Hicks was traded mid-week to the Patriots.

While Richardson rotated playing time with another rookie, Tyler Davison, he was on the field for 38 of the Saints' 61 defensive snaps (62 percent), according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. He made two tackles for a loss.

If Richardson can continue to hold down the starting gig, he could make an impact in deeper individual defensive player leagues.

Senio Kelemete
The Saints signed offensive lineman Senio Kelemete to a one-year contract extension on Monday.

Kelemete confirmed the news on his personal Twitter account, writing, "Just signed another 1 year deal with the @Saints #GloryToGod for the opportunity 2015 is my year!"

Kelemete appeared in 10 games for the Saints in 2014. Before this one-year extension, Kelemete was set to be an exclusive-rights free agent.

Tyeler Davison
No Updates
Brandin Cooks
Cooks caught five of his eight targets for 98 yards and a pair of touchdowns in Sunday's game against the Redskins. He also gained 11 yards on his lone carry.

The second-year wideout provided all of the Saints' offense on the day, catching a short score in the first quarter before torching the Redskins for a 60-yarder in the second. Cooks has now caught five touchdowns in his last three games and has averaged over 80 yards receiving in the last six. The speedster will look to continue his recent success in Week 12 against the Texans, following next week's bye.

Terron Armstead
Saints tackle Terron Armstead left practice early on Monday morning, per ESPN

The team didn't disclose the reason for Armstead's early departure and wouldn't confirm whether it was injury-related. 

Armstead watched the afternoon walk-through from the sideline but didn't participate. 

Kaleb Eulls
No Updates
Jahri Evans
Saints guard Jahri Evans reworked his contract this offseason to secure his future with the team, per ESPN.com.

Evans, who is entering his 10th season in the NFL, took pay cuts in 2015 and 2016, but also added an extra year to his contract, something he valued in the process.

"It worked out in the end. You know, it's part of the business, obviously. And I'm glad to be here," Evans said.

Evans said he was happy head coach Sean Payton kept the line of communication with him active throughout the process.

"So that was very great, and I was pleased with that," said Evans, who added, "I still had two years under contract, so I never saw myself not being here."

Ramon Humber
Humber (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Titans.

The Saints will be without the services of Humber and Dannell Ellerbe (hip) on Sunday, depleting the team's depth at linebacker. Humber has 26 tackles and a sack over eight games this season.

Hamstring - Limited practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
Davis Tull
The Saints made a number of changes to their roster on Saturday, per ESPN.com.

Running back Tim Hightower and offensive lineman Mike McGlynn were cut. Linebacker Davis Tull, who is nursing a shoulder injury, was put on the injured reserve.

New Orleans also added safety Don Jones , wide receiver Seantavius Jones and fullback Toben Opurum to the active roster from the practice squad.

Shoulder - IR. Out for season
Alden Darby
The Chargers announced their final round of roster cuts on Saturday, paring their roster down to the required 53 for the regular season.

The following players were let go by San Diego: WR Vincent Brown, LB Victor Aiyewa, DT Chas Alecxih, WR Torrence Allen, CB Crezdon Butler, S Alden Darby, CB Greg Ducre, TE Mike Flacco, T Michael Harris , WR Javontee Herndon, OLB Thomas Keiser, DL Joe Kruger, OLB Cordarro Law, S Adrian Phillips, WR Tevin Reese, T Jeremiah Sirles, QB Brad Sorensen, OLB Colton Underwood, G Craig Watts, T Kenny Wiggins, C Khalil Wilkes and DL Doug Worthington.
Delvin Breaux
No Updates
James Anderson
Cowboys quarterback Dustin Vaughan, linebacker Keith Smith, linebacker James Anderson, tackle Doug Free, tackle Donald Hawkins, defensive end Kenneth Boatright and defensive tackle Terrell McClain were ruled inactive for Sunday's divisional playoff game at Green Bay.
Benjamin Watson
Watson caught three passes on five targets for 19 yards in Sunday's loss in Washington.

Watson had recently emerged as one of Drew Brees' favorite targets the last few weeks, but he crashed back to Earth on Sunday. Despite the disappointing output, Watson remained heavily involved in the offense, as he played 49 of the Saints' 57 offensive snaps (86 percent), according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. He may never be an elite weapon at this stage of his career, but Watson is firmly in the tight end mix as a weekly option for fantasy teams. Owners, however, will have to wait an extra week for Watson's services, as the Saints will be on bye in Week 11, before a Week 12 tilt against the Texans.

Cameron Jordan
Jordan made one solo tackle in Sunday's win against the Giants.

Eli Manning threw 41 passes in a shootout in New Orleans, but Jordan could not maintain his momentum after accumulating five sacks in his previous two contests. While Sunday's performance highlights the boom-or-bust nature of most defensive ends in IDP leagues, Jordan should once again have a decent chance to make some plays in Week 9 against a subpar Titans' offensive line.

Brian Dixon
The Saints placed three players on the physically unable to perform (PUP) list. 

Safety Jairus Byrd, wide receiver Marques Colston and defensive tackle Glenn Foster were all placed on PUP. Cornerback Brian Dixon was placed on the non-football injury list. 

Byrd is returning from a season ending knee injury. Colston has a non-disclosed injury. 

All four are still on the roster and can be activated at any time before the start of the season. 

T.J. Graham
Graham agreed to a contract with the Saints on Tuesday, NOLA.com reports.

Graham was released by the Saints late last week for the second time this season, but the team decided to bring him back for yet another stint. He remains the fifth wide receiver on the Saints' depth chart.

Toben Opurum
The Saints reached a contract agreement with running back Tim Hightower on Monday, reports NOLA.com.

To make room for Hightower, the team parted ways with wide receiver Seantavius Jones. The team also waived fullback Toben Opurum and added OL Mike McGlynn.

Michael Mauti
The Vikings listed cornerback Shaun Prater, running back Jerick McKinnon, fullback Zach Line, linebacker Michael Mauti, linebacker Brandon Watts, guard David Yankey and tackle J’Marcus Webb as inactive for Week 13 against the Panthers.
Tavaris Barnes
No Updates
Phillip Hunt
The Lions are on the verge of signing linebacker Phillip Hunt, reports ESPN.

Hunt spent three seasons with the Eagles and totaled 16 tackles. He did not play in the NFL during the 2014 season.

Obum Gwacham
The Seahawks have six of their eight draft picks under contract.

Picks that have signed are:

Fourth-round guard Terry Poole, fourth-round guard Mark Glowinski, sixth-round defensive end Obum Gwacham, fifth-round cornerback Tye Smith, sixth-round center Kristjan Sokoli and seventh-round safety Ryan Murphy.

The only picks yet to sign with the team are second-round defensive end Frank Clark and third-round receiver Tyler Lockett.

Tim Hightower
Hightower saw his first action of the season in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, carrying 11 times for 46 yards.

After the season-ending injury to Khiry Robinson, the recently-signed veteran entered Sunday's game when Mark Ingram was digned up in the first half. Ingram was able to return to the game, and Hightower saw just four carries the rest of the way. Hightower should see a handful of touches per game as Ingram's new backup, but Sunday's output is likely a best-case scenario concerning his weekly potential. The Saints will enjoy a Week 11 bye before traveling to Houston the following Sunday.

Garrett Grayson
Last year as a senior at Colorado State, Saints 2015 third-round draft pick Garrett Grayson received some vital words of wisdom from his idol, helping him become the 75th pick in the draft. The quarterback had been invited to participate in the annual Manning Passing Academy in Louisiana. It was there that he got to watch Peyton Manning perform drills and answer questions.

“We got to sit down in a room with him and Eli and just talk football, how they prepare for the game, what they’re looking for in defenses. So that was something I learned from, just to kind of be around him and see how he approaches everything, that meant a ton,” Grayson said, per ESPN.com. “You always hear about what a perfectionist he is, how seriously he takes every single drill. So to get to meet him and be around him and see that in person, I kind of learned from that and took that back.

“Looking back on my senior year, that’s another thing why I had so much success, because I wasn’t taking things like even a simple three-step drop for [granted]. I was serious with everything I did. So I’m definitely thankful for that opportunity.”

Jairus Byrd
Saints safety Jairus Byrd (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Byrd will likely hop right in as a starter alongside Kenny Vaccaro, but the Saints may monitor the three-time Pro Bowler's snaps. Although his track record from Buffalo is superb, Byrd has played just 15 games since the start of 2013 and four games since the beginning of 2014. He needs to re-prove that he's a useful IDP outside of very deep leagues.

Kevin Williams
The Saints were busy making personnel changes on Friday. The team signed defensive tackle Kevin Williams and waived rookie tight end Harold Spears, per The Times-Picayune.

Williams, a six-time Pro Bowler, signed a one-year deal with the Saints. He's played in 187 games over the last 12 years, and started eight games last season while recording 30 tackles and three sacks.

Spears caught 56 passes for 838 yards and four touchdowns as a senior at New Hampshire last year.

Mike McGlynn
The Saints made a number of changes to their roster on Saturday, per ESPN.com.

Running back Tim Hightower and offensive lineman Mike McGlynn were cut. Linebacker Davis Tull, who is nursing a shoulder injury, was put on the injured reserve.

New Orleans also added safety Don Jones , wide receiver Seantavius Jones and fullback Toben Opurum to the active roster from the practice squad.

Drew Brees
Brees completed 19 of 28 passes for 209 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions in Sunday's loss to the Redskins.

After throwing for nearly 900 yards and 10 touchdowns in the previous two weeks, Brees came down to earth versus a mediocre Washington secondary. The Saints receivers simply failed to make plays on Sunday, as nobody besides Brandin Cooks was able to top three catches or 25 yards, despite Brees' efficiency. New Orleans will enjoy a bye in Week 11 before traveling to Houston the following Sunday.

Ashaad Mabry
The Saints will release safety Kenny Phillips and defensive tackle Ashaad Mabry, according to ESPN.com.
C.J. Spiller
Spiller gained 24 yards on eight carries and added another 10 yards on two receptions on two targets in Sunday's loss in Washington.

With Mark Ingram getting dinged up in the first half (he would later return), Spiller's workload increased, and the eight carries represent a season-high. Still, even when Ingram was sidelined, Spiller was forced to split carries with Tim Hightower, who actually out-carried Spiller 11-8. While Khiry Robinson's season-ending injury gives his value a slight boost, it's becoming readily apparent that the Saints do not appear willing to give Spiller anything close to resembling a consistent workload, which severely limits his value. The Saints will be on bye in Week 11 before taking on Houston in Week 12.

RaShaun Allen
The Seahawks have signed 11 players to future contracts, the team announced Wednesday.

Running back Demitrius Bronson, wide receiver Douglas McNeil, tight end RaShaun Allen, tackle Justin Renfrow, guards Nate Isles and Drew Nowak, defensive ends Ryan Robinson and Julius Warmsley, defensive tackle Jimmy Staten, linebacker Mike Zimmer and safety Dion Bailey will look to compete for spots on the final 53-man roster in 2015.

Jack Tabb
The Saints signed free agent tight end Alex Smith after Friday's practice, ESPN reported. 

Smith is a 10-year veteran who played with Cincinnati last season. 

Smith will replace rookie Jack Tabb, who appeared to suffer a leg injury at Thursday's practice. Tabb was waived/injured. 

Undisclosed - IR. Out for season
Ryan Seymour
Browns backup center Ryan Seymour was suspended Monday for four games without pay for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing substances. Seymour, who appeared in 11 games in 2014, is in his third NFL season.
Brandon Coleman
Coleman caught two passes on three targets for 58 yards in Sunday's win against the Titans.

While Coleman's 58 yards represent a career-high, fantasy owners should probably not be fooled by his Week 9 production, as he still only played seven of the Saints' 76 offensive snaps, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. Coleman's combination of size and speed make him an intriguing prospect, but he remains buried behind Brandin Cooks, Willie Snead, and Marques Colston on the Saints' wide receiver depth chart.

Josh Hill
Hill did not have a catch in Sunday's loss to Washington.

A week after hauling in his second touchdown pass of the season, Hill once again went under-utilized in the Saints' offense. Hill played on only 19 of the Saints' 57 offensive snaps, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, and he remains firmly behind Ben Watson in the tight end pecking order. Absent an injury to Watson, Hill should be left on waiver wires in nearly all leagues.

Austin Johnson
The Saints released Johnson on Tuesday, NOLA.com reports.

Johnson appeared in six games for the Saints this season and even started one, but he was deemed expendable after being declared inactive twice of the last four weeks.

Zach Strief
Despite drafting Stanford tackle Andrus Peat in the first round, Saints coach Sean Payton doesn't see him competing for a starting spot. 

"I don’t see that initially," Payton said, per Saints.com.

The Saints have veterans Zach Strief and Terron Armstead at the two tackle spots. 

"Terron and Zach we feel are ones of veteran experience," Payton said. "One’s a tremendous leader for us at right tackle and one’s a real sharp and talented left tackle. Andrus will come in and I’m sure we’ll give him reps at both positions."

Moving Peat to guard isn't an option. "I don’t see that. He’s a tackle," Payton said. 

Kyle Wilson
The Saints agreed to terms with cornerback Kyle Wilson on Wednesday, the team announced.

Details of the contract were not disclosed. Wilson spent the last five seasons playing for the Jets. In 2014, he totaled 26 tackles and one sack. He has three career interceptions.

Damian Swann
Rookie cornerback Damian Swann has signed a four-year deal with the Saints, per the Baltimore Sun. It's worth $2.464 million.

The signing of the fifth-rounder leaves all New Orleans draftees in the fold aside from Andrus Peat.

Concussion - Did not practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
Tim Lelito
Saints coach Sean Payton said at the annual NFL meeting that he doesn't think the moves the team has made this offseason have opened any holes in the starting lineup, indicating specifically that Tim Lelito would join Jahri Evans as the team's starting guards after the departure of Ben Grubbs, Saints.com reports.

"Those aren’t holes," Payton said about losing Grubbs and middle linebacker Curtis Lofton. "We’re not moving a player if we feel like there’s no…we feel like we have a pretty good idea of how everything is lining up. We’ve got a center we know that starts in this NFL, we’ve got a guard, (Tim) Lelito will play left guard, Jahri Evans is the right guard. The same way at receiver. So we weren’t looking to make a move that created another 'must'."

Lelito played 294 snaps on offense last season, per Pro Football Focus, and graded out positively as a run blocker and negatively as a pass blocker.  He was an undrafted free agent out of Grand Valley State in 2013.

Justin Drescher
No Updates
P.J. Williams
The Saints placed cornerback P.J. Williams on injured reserve, reports NFL.com. Williams will miss the rest of the season after tearing his hamstring. He was a third-round pick in 2015.
Hamstring - IR. Out for season
David Hawthorne
Hawthorne did not record a tackle in Thursday's game against the Falcons.

With the return of Dannell Ellerbe to the Saints' lineup, Hawthorne's playing time has dwindled, as he played only three snaps against the Falcons, according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune. So long as Ellerbe is healthy, Hawthorne is not worth owning in IDP leagues.

Thigh - Did not practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
Stephone Anthony
Anthony had 11 tackles (six solo) in Sunday's win against the Giants.

It was the first time in his career that Anthony racked up double-digit tackles, though most of them were assisted. Despite the shootout nature of Sunday's high-scoring affair, Anthony continues to be a dependable IDP option at the heart of the Saints' defense.

Michael Hoomanawanui
Hoomanawanui was not targeted in Sunday's win against the Giants.

A week after catching five passes and scoring a touchdown against the Colts, Hoomanawanui was silent in a home shootout against the Giants. Instead, it was tight end Ben Watson who once again carried the receiving load, snagging nine passes for a career-high 147 yards. Hoomanawanui still played 27 of the Saints' 78 offensive snaps (35 percent), according to the New Orleans Times-Picayune, but the renown blocker is simply not much of a receiving threat.

Jamarca Sanford
The Saints placed safety Rafael Bush (chest) on injured reserve Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.

Bush's season is over due to the chest injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. With Jairus Byrd (knee) also injured, the Saints will turn to either Jamarca Sanford or Kenny Phillips at free safety for the time being.

Khiry Robinson
The Saints placed Robinson (leg) on injured reserve Tuesday, NOLA.com reports.

This move was primarily procedural, as the Saints already ruled Robinson out for the season but needed to open up a roster spot. With Robinson done for the rest of the year, there will be some snaps up for grabs in the Saints backfield.

Leg - IR. Out for season
Rafael Bush
The Saints placed safety Rafael Bush (chest) on injured reserve Tuesday, ESPN.com reports.

Bush's season is over due to the chest injury he suffered in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. With Jairus Byrd (knee) also injured, the Saints will turn to either Jamarca Sanford or Kenny Phillips at free safety for the time being.

Reggie Bell
No Updates
Mark Ingram
Ingram was limited in practice Wednesday due to a shoulder injury, the Saints' official site reports.

Ingram has so far avoided the injury report to this point in the season, but a brief absence during Sunday's loss in Washington now has a culprit. No matter, he was able brush off the shoulder concern and fit in individual drills Wednesday, setting a precedent for the week. Expect his status to receive clarification upon the release of Friday's injury report.

Shoulder - Limited practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
Seantavius Jones
The Saints reached a contract agreement with running back Tim Hightower on Monday, reports NOLA.com.

To make room for Hightower, the team parted ways with wide receiver Seantavius Jones. The team also waived fullback Toben Opurum and added OL Mike McGlynn.

Kai Forbath
Forbath made all four of his extra point attempts, but he missed his only field goal try when his 46-yard attempt was partially blocked in the final minute of the Saints' loss to the Titans.

Forbath was the hero in Week 8, as he nailed a game-winning 50-yard kick as time expired against Giants. There was no repeat on Sunday. In three games with New Orleans, Forbath has converted 14-of-15 extra point kicks but has only attempted two field goals, as the Saints' offense has made a habit of scoring touchdowns recently. Still, with the Saints' offense rolling, Forbath should be a solid option going forward, especially with a favorable remaining schedule.

Marcus Murphy
Saints running back Marcus Murphy did not have a carry or a reception, but he gained 72 yards on three kick returns and scored a touchdown on a 74-yard punt return in Sunday's loss to the Panthers.

Even with the return of C.J. Spiller from injury, Murphy has continued to be the Saints' primary return man and with his weaving score, he showed why head coach Sean Payton raved about him during training camp.

The rookie Murphy is unlikely to contribute much, if at all, on offense, but in leagues that reward return yardage, he could be a sneaky source of Fantasy points.

Tony Hills
The Panthers signed two offensive linemen and released a running back to get their roster to 90 players on Tuesday. 

The Panthers signed Tony Hills and Davonte Wallace and released Darrin Reaves.

Hills played for Dallas last season, while Wallace spent time with Miami. Reaves rushed for 78 yards last year. 

Chris Manhertz
No Updates
Willie Snead
Snead did not have a catch in Sunday's loss at Washington.

Snead, who was dealing with a sore knee, missed most of the week's practices leading up to Sunday, and he played only 38 of the Saints' 57 offensive snaps (67 percent), his fewest since Week 1, according to the . As such, it is not unreasonable to infer that Snead was limited by his injury, which might explain his Week 10 dud. Although Brandin Cooks continues to re-emerge as Drew Brees' top target, Snead's role as the Saints' No. 2 receiver is secure. Snead will have a chance to heal up during the Saints' Week 11 bye, and a favorable matchup against Houston awaits in Week 12.

Knee - Full practice. Probable for Week 12 at Houston
Kenny Vaccaro
Vaccaro made five tackles (all solo), including a sack, in Sunday's win against the Colts.

The sack was Vaccaro's first of the season, and he is second on the team in tackles, with 44 stops (30 solo) through seven games. Seemingly healthy after dealing with a malaise of injuries last season, Vaccaro should continue to be an excellent defensive back option in IDP leagues due to his aggressive, downhill playing style.

Luke McCown
McCown won't play again this season following Tuesday's back surgery, Christopher Dabe of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

McCown was present on the injury report last week due to a lower back injury, but the severity wasn't clear until he was ruled out for an appearance in Week 9 on Friday. After an evaluation with a specialist Monday, surgery was announced for Tuesday, which will subsequently end his season. In his stead, the Saints will bring Matt Flynn into the fold to serve as Drew Brees' backup.

Vinnie Sunseri
After going unclaimed on waivers, the Saints placed safety Vinnie Sunseri , receiver Nick Toon and linebacker Ronald Powell on injured reserve, according to The Times-Picayune.
Leg - IR. Out for season
Brandon Browner
Browner had eight tackles (all solo) in Sunday's win against the Giants.

That Browner, a cornerback, finished second on the team in tackles tells owners all they need to know about the nature of Sunday's shootout in New Orleans. With Eli Manning throwing the ball all over the field, Browner had plenty of opportunities to make plays. Opposing quarterbacks have not shied away from attacking Browner's side of the field - which is one reason why he among the league leaders in penalties - but his physical play continues to make him a decent IDP option at defensive back.

Austin Brown
The Texans waived or released the following players: running back William Powell, linebackers Terrance Lloyd and Lawrence Sidbury, nose tackles David Hunter and Austin Brown, cornerback Junior Mertile, guard Sam Longo and receivers Joe Adams and Alec Lemon.
Undisclosed - IR. Out for season
Andrus Peat
The Saints agreed to terms on a contract with first-round draft pick Andrus Peat , GM Mickey Loomis announced on Thursday, per the team's web site

Peat was the 13th overall pick in the draft, out of Stanford. The offensive lineman agreed to a four-year deal. 

John Jenkins
The Saints announced a pair of roster moves on Saturday. The team elevated quarterback Ryan Griffin to the 53-man active roster and placed nose tackle John Jenkins on injured reserve with an abdominal injury.

Jenkins registered 30 combined tackles and a sack in 12 games played.

Hau'oli Kikaha
Kikaha (ankle) is active for Sunday's game at Washington.

Kikaha only missed one game with the ankle injury and is expected to be available for a full workload against the Skins.

Ankle - Limited practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
Thomas Morstead
No Updates
Lawrence Virgil
The Saints have ruled the following players inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons: Seantavius Jones, Stanley Jean-Baptiste, Jamarca Sanford, Travaris Cadet, Moises Fokou, Lawrence Virgil and Terron Armstead.
Undisclosed - IR. Out for season
Matt Flynn
Flynn will sign with the Saints, as season-ending back surgery is imminent for Luke McCown, Christopher Dabe of the New Orleans Times-Picayune reports.

After an evaluation of McCown's lower back Monday, surgery was ordered up for the veteran quarterback, opening the door for Flynn to join the Saints. For his career, Flynn boasts a 61-percent completion percentage, 2,541 passing yards, and a 17:11 touchdown-to-interception ratio in 51 appearances.

Brandon Dixon
Buccaneers running backs Doug Martin (ankle) and Charles Sims (ankle) headline the Week 9 inactives for Sunday in Cleveland. Also injured and out are linebacker Brandon Magee (knee) and tackle Anthony Collins (foot).

The healthy scratches are cornerback Brandon Dixon and guard Kadeem Edwards.

Marques Colston
Colston (not injury related) is active for Sunday's game at Washington.

Colston is available, but outside of a nice game in Week 8, he is having a pretty quiet season.

Max Unger
The Saints have traded tight end Jimmy Graham to the Seahawks in exchange for Max Unger and a Seattle first-round draft pick, the teams announced Tuesday. New Orleans will also part ways with their fourth-round selection. The trade is contingent on the players passing physicals.

The Saints called rival executives to shop many of their players recently, including their star tight end, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL Media on Tuesday. Graham had his $2.9 million base salary and $5 million roster bonus for the 2015 season become guaranteed last week.

Graham, 28, had 85 catches for 889 yards and 10 touchdowns in 2014, all while fighting off a shoulder injury for most of the season. Over his first five seasons with the Saints, Graham has registered 4,752 yards and 51 touchdowns. Since 2010, only Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski (41) has more red zone touchdowns than Graham (40).

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Dannell Ellerbe
Ellerbe (hip) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Redskins.

Hau'oli Kikaha (ankle) is probable to return, but the Saints won't have any of Ellerbe, David Hawthorne (hamstring) and Ramon Humber (hamstring). Rookie Stephone Anthony is the only viable IDP option from the team's linebacking corps.

Hip - Did not practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
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Keenan Lewis
Lewis (knee, hip) was placed on season-ending injured reserve Thursday, Mike Triplett of ESPN.com reports.

Lewis finishes his season with just six tackles in six games, as the knee and hip injuries he's nursing -- along with a preseason sports hernia -- conspired to shorten his campaign. The depleted Saints secondary signed Chris Owens earlier this week to add depth in place of Lewis.

Hip, knee - Did not practice. Questionable for Week 12 at Houston
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